Wednesday/Thursday, December 7th & 8th
Saturday, December 10th Pawsitive Alliance will be joining us – see below for details
Wednesday/Thursday, December 14th & 15th
Wednesday/Thursday, December 21st & 22nd
Saturday, December 24th No Clinic
Wednesday/Thursday, December 28th & 29th
All clinics are walk-up services, first come - first serve
Check-in begins 1 hour prior to opening.
We regularly fill to capacity within the first 30 minutes of check-in; not all pets will be seen.
Please bundle up it is cold outside; we have the same challenge as many veterinary clinics, with limited indoor space.
We, unfortunately, do not have public bathrooms available at this time.
HOURS Wednesday & Thursday | 9 am-12:00 pm (please do not arrive before 7:30 am)
Saturday | 12-3:00 pm | 2nd, and 4th of every month (please do not arrive before 10:30 am)
LOCATION 1919 3rd Ave, Seattle WA 98101 (in between Virginia and Stewart)
Pawsitive Alliance will be joining us on Saturday, December 10th, 12-2:30 pm
They offer numerous opportunities for free pet supplies and IDs to help keep pets safe, healthy, and with their loved ones.
This event offers services including free pet supplies and pet identification to community members who are unhoused or low-income with pets. If you need help caring for your cat or dog, please come visit Pawsitive Alliance for supplies to enrich your pet's life.
Questions? Please reach out to them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
WE ARE FUNDED & POWERED BY THE COMMUNITY
No-cost veterinary care for thousands of pets.
95% OF YOUR DONATION DIRECTLY HELPS PETS IN NEED
Listen to what Doney Coe clients have to say about Doney Coe.
SERVING ANIMALS IN NEED - SUPPORTING THE LOVE BETWEEN OUR CLIENTS AND THEIR PET
Our mission is to serve our community with respect for the human/animal bond. We provide equal access to quality veterinary care for animals who otherwise will not receive medical care.
Animals deserve to be healthy, part of a family unit, and loved. We support and promote spay & neuter of animals and educate clients with litters on the health benefits of stopping the cycle of breeding.
We advocate for a high-quality life for the animal and their human which is strongest in a one-on-one relationship with an abundance of love and attention.
Why? Because every animal matters.
POWERED & FUNDED BY THE COMMUNITY
Our volunteer veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and assistants are at the core of our organization as they generously contribute their time and resources. It takes a team of dedicated medical and non-medical volunteers for each successful clinic.
We reach our community by word of mouth without advertising campaigns and promotional expenses. Our lean structure allows us to adapt quickly to the needs of our clients and we never charge our clients for any service.
All funding to run our clinic, expand services, and referrals for complex treatment is from people like you, dedicated to the health and safety of all animals.
WHAT WE DO BEST - SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
We offer no-cost veterinary and wellness care to the companion animals of qualifying low-income and homeless families in Seattle.
We establish trusted relationships with our clients and offer access to quality care over the life span of their animal; from puppy's first veterinary visit to chronic illness treatment and monitoring as the animal ages, and everything in between. For more extensive medical diagnostic and treatment we rely on a trusted network of partners.
We work with our partners to provide access to food and supplies because a healthy animal depends on a healthy diet, grooming, force-free tools, and a cozy bed.